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Business Profile: North Brunswick Chiropractic

by | Dec 3, 2018 | Business, North Brunswick, Partners

Business Profile: North Brunswick Chiropractic

Dr. Chris Rizzo D.C. and Dr. Steve Maniscalco D.C. of North Brunswick Chiropractic have been serving Leland residents for 10 years. They love how active the community is, and their mission is to keep everyone as active as they can be.

“Our goal is to get our people back to the things they love to do,” Rizzo says.
Maniscalco goes by the motto, “Life is a sport.” Whether their patients love pickleball, tennis, CrossFit, golf, walking or playing cards, North Brunswick Chiropractic strives to keep their patients moving and enjoying life at any age.

With more than 30 years of combined experience, Rizzo and Maniscalco offer progressive chiropractic care that focuses on muscles as well as joints. Rizzo is a self-proclaimed sports fanatic, and Maniscalco has worked on countless athletes, so both bring to the practice an extensive background in sports and muscle-related injuries.

“We are one of the very few chiropractic clinics in the region who are certified in Graston, a technique used to rebalance the muscles and break up scar tissue and muscle knots we acquire through many of our daily repetitive activities,” says Rizzo, who is also golf-injury certified.

Healing more than just neck and back pain, they address common injuries to the knee, shoulder and hip as well as care for patients who are pregnant or suffer from headaches, arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome.

Doctors Rizzo and Maniscalco are always researching and learning new methods to provide the most advanced treatment options and to help their patients recover faster. They offer more than traditional chiropractic adjustments, including gentle instrument-assisted adjustments as well as advanced techniques such as kinesio taping and flexion distraction.

Patients are provided a thorough consultation, including a neurological and orthopedic assessment in order for the doctors to create a customized treatment plan for each patient. “We take a partnership approach with the patient,” Maniscalco says.

Their goal is to make each patient feel better without having to return to the chiropractor excessively, so patients should not expect a long-term, one-size-fits-all care plan. Also, they are in-network with most major insurance companies, ensuring that their services are convenient and affordable.

In addition, both doctors take time to prescribe an at-home rehab exercise plan to further each patient’s care and support their recovery. “We want a more permanent change,” Rizzo says.

If chiropractic care is not enough, Rizzo and Maniscalco will refer patients to other medical providers in the region, such as physical therapists, orthopedists or acupuncturists, to co-manage a patient’s care and promote comprehensive healing. “We have a great relationship with other providers,” Maniscalco says. “Our patients know that we’re going to give them an honest opinion.”

Looking into the future, the team at North Brunswick Chiropractic is excited and prepared for the area’s growth. “Our practice is not just the boundaries of our clinic,” says Maniscalco. “It’s the community.”

North Brunswick Chiropractic aims to preserve that sense of community with personalized care, up-to-date treatments and a passion for helping others enjoy life.

“We don’t believe there should be any need to cross the bridge for exceptional care,” Rizzo says.

Sponsored Content- North Brunswick Chiropractic: Waterford Medical Center, 509 Olde Waterford Way, Suite 201 (second floor), Leland; (910) 371-1200; LelandChiro.com

Sponsored by ATMC
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Olivia Bardella

Olivia enjoys telling people’s stories through journalism and has been writing for magazines and newspapers since 2009. She got her start in journalism when she was a columnist for her Maryland hometown’s news journal. Her experience has gone on to include copy editing and proofreading, being the editor-in-chief of her alma mater’s student newspaper, interning as the assistant editor with a regional magazine, and writing dining reviews. Olivia holds a degree in philosophy and a minor in journalism from Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio, where she also met her newly wedded husband. She recently moved to North Carolina and is enjoying what the South has to offer with its beautiful coastlines and charming locals.

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